A financial analyst is management’s first port of call when making a financial decision. They are the one who oversees a firm’s finances and translates the figures into actionable insights that bring value to the company. The role includes activities such as: sales analysis, customer profitability analysis, cost (Cogs and Opex) analysis, Capex analysis, competitor analysis, and more. This career track will give you the skills needed to pursue this career.
What’s included and why
A comprehensive training that puts you on the fast track to a financial analyst career. The course covers several essential topics every financial analyst needs on the job. Microsoft Excel, Accounting, Finance 101, PowerPoint, and Capital Budgeting. Everything is inside.
The training starts from the very basics of forecasting and financial planning. It gradually teaches you about forecasting and budgeting, and the two main approaches used in modern financial planning – top-down and bottom-up. Once you complete the course you will be able to create a small company’s budget on your own. This is the most important skill you need on your resume if you want to become an FP&A analyst.
An advanced proficiency of Microsoft Excel helps you to be faster, more efficient and smarter. It safeguards you from making mistakes when working with numbers. If you want to specialize in Finance, then this is one of the most important skills you need to acquire. In this course, we will teach you how to work with sophisticated formulas, use Pivot tables, and build complex financial models.
Our MBA in a Box course covers the business fundamentals taught at reputed graduate schools. Corporate Strategy, Marketing Fundamentals, Management, Negotiation and Persuasion. All of these are subjects you will learn in this training. The course comes with plenty of real-world examples and practical exercise tasks.